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Electronic Edition for 10-9-2019

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PRIDE secures $1.15 million grant to promote regional tourism

Whitley, Knox and Laurel Counties are among the 41 counties in Southern and Eastern Kentucky included in a $1.15 million federal grant to fund a new regional tourism marketing campaign. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE has secured the grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission to fund...

Cumberlands begins annual food drive

University of the Cumberlands is hosting its annual food drive Oct. 15 – Nov. 15. As always, all food collected will be donated to local food banks. In the past three years, Cumberlands has collected more than 61,000 pounds of food to help families in the community be fed during...
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Corbin sailor killed at Pearl Harbor laid to rest Saturday

Dec. 7, 2019 will mark 78 years since U.S. Navy Motor Machinist Mate First Class Ulis C. Steely was one of the 2,335 military personnel killed in the Imperial Japanese Navy’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Steely, whose remains were identified just last year, was reunited with...

W’burg woman faces DUI charge over wreck that knocked out power last week

An Oct. 28 arraignment date has been set for a Williamsburg woman, who was allegedly driving while under the influence during a crash last week that knocked out power to a significant portion of town. Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird said that the preliminary estimate in...
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River Stomp Bluegrass Festival kicks off Friday, Oct. 11

So how do you promote an inaugural bluegrass festival that no one has ever heard of? Get a Sasquatch suit and have someone run around in it at various events. At least this is the answer that the organizers of the upcoming River Stomp Bluegrass Festival came up with. “We have...
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WCHS student killed in four-wheeler crash being laid to rest today (Oct. 9)

Funeral services are set this afternoon for Whitley County High School (WCHS) junior Fisher Barton, who died as the result of an ATV accident in Campbell County, Tennessee, Friday evening, and he is being remembered as a person who never met a stranger, always had a smile on his...
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District Court Records 10-9-19

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Circuit Court 10-9-19

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Marriages applications 10-9-19

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